Rangers and Celtic could be banned from displaying betting logos on their jerseys under multi-million sponsorship deals.
It has been reported that the government will ban front-facing gambling companies in a legislative document to be released later this year.
The move would be a blow to the Glasgow giants, both sponsored by betting companies.
The Rangers are sponsored by the Malta-based Kindred Group and have only signed a multi-year extension for the season, with 32Red and Unibet being part of the group.
And rivals Celtic signed “Scottish football’s biggest shirt front sponsorship deal” three years ago when they extended with Dafabet until 2025.
Then Hoops Managing Director Peter Lawwell said: “We are absolutely delighted to have reached such a lucrative long-term deal with Dafabet, a fantastic partner with whom we have already enjoyed such a good relationship. ”
But, according to the Scottish Daily Mail, Westminster could now ban shirt front sponsorship and leave them both looking for new sponsors.
They say the proposals will almost certainly be included in a white paper to be released this winter and which Scottish Premiership clubs will look forward to.